Litigation

Consistently inconsistent? Revisiting the scope of duty of care in negligence claims

Elliott Elsey considers the implications for professional advisers following recent landmark judgments in the Supreme Court

07 Jul 2021 | Associates

Business energy claims market: 'the new PPI'

Energy management company, Panoserve, and Winn Solicitors are set to launch claims worth millions

30 Jun 2021 | Associates

Lord Chief Justice: cut jury size to tackle courts backlog

Lord Burnett also suggested the courts' IT system belonged 'in the Science Museum'

24 Jun 2021 | Associates

Profession ‘eating itself’: survey finds clients being encouraged to sue former lawyers

PI solicitors are facing claims based on deductions from damages following Belsner case

22 Jun 2021 | Associates

Witness statement rules: keeping abreast of changes

Georgia Haughney explores how practice direction changes will affect preparation of statements for the business and property courts

New boundary disputes mediation service

A new mediation service to help neighbours resolve boundary disputes outside of the courts has been launched

03 Jun 2021 | ADR & Mediation

​​​​​​​ Standing in litigation

Alec Samuels highlights relevant factors for the judge when exercising discretion on an application by a would-be claimant

27 May 2021 | Litigation

Security chiefs worry about class actions after data breach

Security leaders said they were worried about group legal settlements following a serious data breach, research has revealed
 

25 May 2021 | CILEx

Put to proof: how inquiry reports may help abuse victims

Inquiry reports can be a valuable resource, especially where other evidence is unavailable, explains Christopher Ratcliffe

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